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[image]Partial 'Seminole' Panorama (False Color) - NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell
This view from Spirit's panoramic camera is assembled from frames acquired on Martian days, or sols, 672 and 673 (Nov. 23 and 24, 2005) from the rover's position near an outcrop called "Seminole." The view is a southward-looking portion of a larger panorama still being completed. This is a false-color version to emphasize geological differences. It is a composite of images shot through three different filters, admitting light of wavelengths 750 nanometers, 530 nanometers and 430 nanometers.
Keywords: What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 49
[image]Partial 'Seminole' Panorama - NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell
This view from Spirit's panoramic camera is assembled from frames acquired on Martian days, or sols, 672 and 673 (Nov. 23 and 24, 2005) from the rover's position near an outcrop called "Seminole." The view is a southward-looking portion of a larger panorama still being completed. This approximately true-color view is a composite of images shot through three different filters, admitting light of wavelengths 750 nanometers, 530 nanometers and 430 nanometers.
Keywords: What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 34
[image]Algonquin' Outcrop on Spirit's Sol 680 - NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell
This view combines four frames from Spirit's panoramic camera, looking in the drive direction on the rover's 680th Martian day, or sol (Dec. 1, 2005). The outcrop of apparently layered bedrock has the informal name "Algonquin. "
Keywords: What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 41
[image]Bounce Rock Close-Up - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This high-resolution panoramic camera blue filter image of the rock dubbed "Bounce" was obtained up close, just before the rover placed its instruments on the rock for detailed study. The rock has a number of shiny surfaces and textures on it, some of which are unlike those seen in the Eagle Crater rock outcrop. Also, the rock was apparently moved or shaken when it was hit with the airbags, as can be seen by the gap and cracks in the soil around the rock...
Keywords: What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Crater
Downloads: 7
[image]Front Windshield after Sol 61 Drive - NASA/JPL/Cornell
NASA's Spirit used its panoramic camera to capture this view of the rocky terrain just to the left of straight ahead after finishing a drive to the northeast on March 5, 2004. Some rocks on the horizon may be at the rim of the crater nicknamed "Bonneville," Spirit's destination in coming days.
Keywords: What -- Spirit; What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Crater
Downloads: 6
[image]Tracks of Art - NASA/JPL/Cornell
Spirit took this panoramic camera image of its wheel tracks on sol 122 (May 7, 2004). This short segment of track represents only a small portion of the long journey Spirit has traveled toward the base of the "Columbia Hills," which still loom approximately 1.7 kilometers (1 mile) away. The tracks will be only a temporary scar on this martian landscape, as winds will eventually wipe them away.
Keywords: What -- Spirit; What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Columbia
Downloads: 6
[image]Behold Spirit - NASA/JPL-Solar System Visualization Team
This high-resolution image shows a computer-generated model of Spirit's lander at Gusev Crater as engineers and scientists would have expected to see it from a perfect overhead view. The background is a reprojected image taken by the Spirit panoramic camera on Sol 19 (Jan. 21-22, 2004). The top of the image faces north. Note: This image has been updated with a much higher resolution version than the original release.
Keywords: What -- Crater; What -- Spirit; What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 5
[image]Postcard Above Tennessee Valley - NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell
This "postcard" or mini-panorama was taken by NASA's Spirit rover on martian day, or sol, 582 (August 23, 2005), just as the rover finally completed its intrepid climb up Husband Hill. The summit appears to be a windswept plateau of scattered rocks, little sand dunes and small exposures of outcrop. The breathtaking view here is toward the north, looking down into the drifts and outcrops of the "Tennessee Valley," a region that Spirit was not able to visit during its climb to the top of the hill...
Keywords: What -- Spirit; What -- Panoramic Camera; Where -- Tennessee
Downloads: 12
[image]Seeing Rust - NASA/JPL/Cornell
The rust color of the Martian landscape is apparent in this low-resolution thumbnail image taken by the panoramic camera on the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit. This image is part of a larger image currently stored onboard the rover in its memory.
Keywords: What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Spirit
Downloads: 6
[image]Opportunity Rocks! - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This high-resolution image captured by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's panoramic camera shows in superb detail a portion of the puzzling rock outcropping that scientists are eagerly planning to investigate. Presently, Opportunity is on its lander facing northeast; the outcropping lies to the northwest. These layered rocks measure only 10 centimeters (4 inches) tall and are thought to be either volcanic ash deposits or sediments carried by water or wind...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Opportunity
Downloads: 5
[image]El Capitan - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This image from the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's panoramic camera shows the " El Capitan"region of the rock outcrop at Meridiani Planum, Mars. On the bottom is the view obtained from the " Alpha"waypoint station on Sol 18 of Opportunity's mission. On the top is the view obtained after the rover had moved to " Bravo"waypoint station on Sol 19. This image is a false-color composite using the red, green and blue filters.
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Mars
Downloads: 6
[image]On Its Own - NASA/JPL-Solar System Visualization Team
This 3-D image combines computer-generated models of the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit and its lander with real surface data from the rover's panoramic camera. It shows Spirit's position just after it rolled off the lander on Jan. 15, 2004. You will need 3D glasses
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Spirit; What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 6
[image]photo-as17-152-23391 - NASA
AS17-152-23391 (17 December 1972) --- Astronaut Ronald E. Evans is photographed performing extravehicular activity during the Apollo 17 spacecraft's trans-earth coast. During his EVA, Evans, command module pilot, retrieved film cassettes from the lunar sounder, mapping camera and panoramic camera. The cylindrical object at Evans' left side is the mapping camera cassette. The total time for the trans-earth EVA was one hour, seven minutes, 18 seconds, starting at ground elapsed time of 257:25 (2:2...
Keywords: What -- Apollo 17; What -- Earth; What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 11
[image]Larry's Outcrop' in False Color - NASA/JPL/Cornell
A portion of an exposure of bedrock dubbed "Larry's Outcrop" shows little layering in this view, in contrast to nearby outcrops called "Methuselah" and "Jibsheet." NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit used its panoramic camera in May 2005 to take this image, which is presented in false color.
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Spirit; What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 5
[image]Studying the Heat Shield's Seal - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This image from NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity highlights the seal on the rover's protective heat shield. Engineers evaluated the performance of the protective shell's seal during a 36-sol investigation. After viewing these images, engineers were pleased with how the seal performed. This is an approximately true-color rendering of the scene acquired around 1:07 p.m. local solar time on Opportunity's sol 339 (Jan...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Opportunity; What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 27
[image]A Slice of the Heat Shield - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This image from NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity features a cross section through the structure and thermal protection system of the rover's heat shield. Shown is one of six separation fittings used to join and separate the heat shield from the backshell during atmospheric entry, descent, and landing. Upon impact, this separation fitting punched through the structure. This is an approximately true-color rendering of the scene acquired around 1:21 p.m...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Opportunity; What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 7
[image]Hank's Hollow' Sparkles - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This false-color composite panoramic camera image highlights mysterious and sparkly dust-like material that is created when the soil in this region is disturbed. NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit took this image on sol 165 (June 20, 2004) in "Hank's Hollow," using filters L2, L5 and L7.
Keywords: What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Spirit
Downloads: 5
[image]Different Strokes - NASA/JPL/U.S. Geological Survey
In these line graphs of laboratory spectra, it is evident that different minerals have different spectra. The graph on the left shows the typical minerals found in igneous rocks, which are rocks related to magma or volcanic activity. The graph on the right shows iron-bearing candidates for further study and comparison to spectra from the Mars Exploration Rover panoramic cameras on Mars.
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Mars
Downloads: 9
[image]Opportunity Rocks! - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This high-resolution image captured by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's panoramic camera shows in superb detail a portion of the puzzling rock outcropping that scientists are eagerly planning to investigate. Presently, Opportunity is on its lander facing northeast; the outcropping lies to the northwest. These layered rocks measure only 10 centimeters (4 inches) tall and are thought to be either volcanic ash deposits or sediments carried by water or wind...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Opportunity
Downloads: 5
[image]Rare Glance at " Last Chance - NASA/JPL/Cornell/Ames
This three dimensional model shows a region of the outcrop near the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's landing site dubbed " Last Chance."The model was created with images taken by the rover's panoramic camera. The layered rocks were recently the subject of an extensive series of microscopic images.
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 5
[image]Airbag Impressions in Soil - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This image taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's panoramic camera shows where the rover's airbags left impressions in the martian soil. The drag marks were made after the rover successfully landed at Meridiani Planum and its airbags were retracted. The rover can be seen in the foreground.
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 5
[image]Wind-polished rocks - NASA/JPL/Cornell
The smooth surfaces of angular and rounded rocks seen in this image of the martian terrain may have been polished by wind-blown debris. The picture was taken by the panoramic camera on the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit.
Keywords: What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Spirit
Downloads: 5
[image]Martian Horizon - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This is a portion of the first color image captured by the panoramic camera on the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit.
Keywords: What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Spirit
Downloads: 8
[image]Airbag Seams Leave Trails - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This image taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's panoramic camera shows where the rover's airbag seams left impressions in the martian soil. The drag marks were made after the rover successfully landed at Meridiani Planum and its airbags were retracted. The rover can be seen in the foreground.
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 6
[image]Spotlight on " El Capitan - NASA/JPL/Cornell/Ames
This image taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's panoramic camera shows the outcrop that sits just inside the small crater where the rover landed. Highlighted in black and white is the region dubbed " El Capitan,"where scientists gained their first clues to the outcrop's watery past. The color portion of the image is low-resolution, and the black and white portion is high-resolution.
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Crater
Downloads: 6
[image]photo-as17-152-23393 - NASA
AS17-152-23393 (17 December 1972)--- Astronaut Ronald E. Evans is photographed performing extravehicular activity during the Apollo 17 spacecraft's transearth coast. During his EVA Command Module pilot Evans retrieved film cassettes from the Lunar Sounder, Mapping Camera, and Panoramic Camera. The cylindrical object at Evans' left side is the Mapping Camera cassette. The total time for the transearth EVA was one hour seven minutes 18 seconds, starting at ground elapsed time of 257:25 (2:28 p.m.)...
Keywords: What -- Apollo 17; What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- TIMED
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[image]Martian Dust Mostly Magnetic - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This image composite highlights the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's "sweep" magnet, which scientists use to study the origins of dust in the atmosphere. The panoramic image below indicates the location of the magnet on the side of the rover's calibration target, or "martian sundial." The images above, also taken by the panoramic camera, show a close-up of the magnet and the dark ring that collects magnetic airborne particles...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Mars
Downloads: 11
[image]Spirit Self-Portrait, Sols 329-330 - NASA/JPL/Cornell
NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit used its panoramic camera to take the images combined into this mosaic view of the rover. The downward-looking view omits the mast on which the camera is mounted. It shows dust accumulation on Spirit's solar panels. The images were taken through the camera's 600-, 530- and 480-nanometer filters during Spirit's 329th and 330th martian days, or sols (Dec. 7 and 8, 2004).
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Spirit; What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 8
[image]Airbag Trails-2 - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This segment of the first color image from the panoramic camera on the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit shows the rover's airbag trails (upper left). These depressions in the soil were made when the airbags were deflated and retracted after landing.
Keywords: What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Spirit
Downloads: 4
[image]Berries' and Rock Share Common Origins - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This false-color composite image, taken at a region of the rock outcrop dubbed "Shoemaker's Patio" near the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's landing site, shows finely layered sediments, which have been accentuated by erosion. The sphere-like grains or "blueberries" distributed throughout the outcrop can be seen lining up with individual layers. This observation indicates that the spherules are geologic features called concretions, which form in pre-existing wet sediments...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 4
[image]Spirit's Airbags Leave Trail - NASA/JPL/Cornell
The smooth surfaces of angular and rounded rocks seen in this image of the martian terrain may be the result of wind-polishing debris. The picture was taken by the panoramic camera on the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit.
Keywords: What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Spirit
Downloads: 6
[image]Mars in Full View - NASA/JPL/Cornell
Mars in Full View (QTVR) This is a medium-resolution version of the first 360-degree panoramic view of the martian surface, taken on Mars by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit's panoramic camera. Part of the spacecraft can be seen in the lower corner regions. (A higher-resolution image will be made available once it has been processed.)
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Mars
Downloads: 12
[image]Windtails Show Direction of Martian Winds - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This image highlights streaks or tails of loose debris in the martian soil, which reveal the direction of prevailing winds. The picture was taken by the panoramic camera on Mars Exploration Rover Spirit.
Keywords: What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Spirit
Downloads: 5
[image]Speckled with Spherules - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This false-color image taken by the panoramic camera onboard the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity highlights the spherules, or tiny spheres, that speckle the rock dubbed Stone Mountain. The colors in this picture were exaggerated or stretched to enhance the real difference in color between Stone Mountain and its collection of granular spherules.
Keywords: What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Opportunity
Downloads: 8
[image]Exterior of Opportunity Heat Shield, Sol 344 - NASA/JPL/Cornell
NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity took a detailed look at what was once the exterior of its heat shield. Hitting the martian surface inverted the heat shield, making it difficult to photograph the outside where evidence of any atmospheric effects may be found. Engineers sought this image to help determine how the heat shield weathered the intense frictional heat created as it passed through the martian atmosphere...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Opportunity; What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 5
[image]A Lion of a Stone - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This approximate true-color image of the rock called "Lion Stone" was acquired by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's panoramic camera on sol 104 (May 9, 2004). The rock stands about 10 centimeters tall (about 4 inches) and is about 30 centimeters long (12 inches). Plans for the coming sols include investigating the rock with the spectrometers on the rover's instrument arm. This image was generated using the camera's L2 (750-nanometer), L5 (530-nanometer) and L6 (480-nanometer) filters.
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 11
[image]Opportunity Self-Portrait, Sols 322-323 - NASA/JPL/Cornell
NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity used its panoramic camera to take the images combined into this mosaic view of the rover. The downward-looking view omits the mast on which the camera is mounted. It shows Opportunity's solar panels to be relatively dust-free. The images were taken through the camera's 600-, 530- and 480-nanometer filters during Opportunity's 322nd and 323rd martian days, or sols (Dec...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Opportunity; What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 9
[image]Jibsheet' in False Color - NASA/JPL/Cornell
NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit drove up to this outcrop, called "Jibsheet," on the flank of "Husband Hill," in early March 2005. This view of Jibsheet by Spirit's panoramic camera is presented in false color.
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Spirit; What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 5
[image]New Impact Crater on the Moon - NASA
Robotic exploration missions provide vast amounts of data to help NASA prepare for future human exploration and learn more about the universe. Research Objective: The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) is imaging robotic and past human exploration sites on the moon. Description: By comparing photographs from past eras of exploration with the high resolution data being returned by the LROC Narrow Angle Camera, we can identify new craters that have formed...
Keywords: What -- Moon; What -- Apollo 15; What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Crater
Downloads: 46
[image]Lion King Surveys Homeland - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This image from the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's panoramic camera shows one octant of a larger panoramic image which has not yet been fully processed. The full panorama, dubbed "Lion King" was obtained on sols 58 and 60 of the mission as the rover was perched at the lip of Eagle Crater, majestically looking down into its former home. It is the largest panorama yet obtained by either rover. The octant, which faces directly into the crater, shows features as small as a few millimeters acro...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Crater
Downloads: 9
[image]Light-toned Rocks First, 'Columbia Hills' Later - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This image taken by the Mars Exploration Rover's panoramic camera on sol 91 (April 5, 2004) shows the rover's ultimate destination - the eastern-lying "Columbia Hills." The rover will head toward the hills in coming sols, while stopping to investigate rocks and soils along the way. Of particular interest is the light-toned coating seen here on the low-lying rocks. Scientists intend to find out if this coating is the same as that observed on the well-studied rock dubbed "Mazatzal." They believe M...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Columbia
Downloads: 7
[image]Laguna Hollow'Undisturbed - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This image shows the patch of soil at the bottom of the shallow depression dubbed "Laguna Hollow" where the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit will soon begin trenching. Scientists are intrigued by the clustering of small pebbles and the crack-like fine lines, which indicate a coherent surface that expands and contracts. A number of processes can cause materials to expand and contract, including cycles of heating and cooling; freezing and thawing; and rising and falling of salty liquids within a subs...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Spirit; What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 5
[image]Heat Shield Ahead - NASA/JPL/Cornell
NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity took this image with its panoramic camera when the rover was about 130 meters (427 feet) from its heat shield, during the rover's 322nd sol (Dec. 19, 2004). The protective device shielded the rover from intense frictional heat as it entered the martian atmosphere. The heat shield was shed during the descent and landing sequence, just before the rover (within its folded lander) was lowered on a bridle...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Opportunity; What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 5
[image]Peace' Rock Viewed by Spirit - NASA/JPL/Cornell
NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit photographed this scene on the slope of "Husband Hill" during the rover's 369th martian day, or sol (Jan. 5, 2005). The rock at the center of the frame was informally named "Peace." Spirit subsequently inspected the rock with the tools on the rover's robotic arm. This image was taken with the panoramic camera, through the camera's 430-nanometer filter.
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Spirit; What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 7
[image]Martian Surface at an Angle - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This latest color "postcard from Mars," taken on Sol 5 by the panoramic camera on the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit, looks to the north. The apparent slope of the horizon is due to the several-degree tilt of the lander deck. On the left, the circular topographic feature dubbed Sleepy Hollow can be seen along with dark markings that may be surface disturbances caused by the airbag-encased lander as it bounced and rolled to rest...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Spirit
Downloads: 10
[image]FIDO Rover Retracted Arm and Camera - NASA
The Field Integrated Design and Operations (FIDO) rover extends the large mast that carries its panoramic camera. The FIDO is being used in ongoing NASA field tests to simulate driving conditions on Mars. FIDO is controlled from the mission control room at JPL's Planetary Robotics Laboratory in Pasadena. FIDO uses a robot arm to manipulate science instruments and it has a new mini-corer or drill to extract and cache rock samples...
Keywords: Mars Probes; What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Mars; What -- STEREO
Downloads: 24
[image]Flaky "Mimi - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This color image taken by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit's panoramic camera on Sol 40 is centered on an unusually flaky rock called Mimi. Mimi is only one of many features in the area known as "Stone Council," but looks very different from any rock that scientists have seen at the Gusev crater site so far. Mimi's flaky appearance leads scientists to a number of hypotheses. Mimi could have been subjected to pressure either through burial or impact, or may have once been a dune that was cemente...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Crater
Downloads: 7
[image]Opportunity Rocks Again! - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This high-resolution image captured by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's panoramic camera highlights a portion of the puzzling rock outcropping that scientists eagerly wait to investigate. Presently, Opportunity is on its lander facing northeast; the outcropping lies to the northwest. These layered rocks measure only 10 centimeters (4 inches) tall and are thought to be either volcanic ash deposits or sediments carried by water or wind...
Keywords: What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Opportunity
Downloads: 6
[image]Earth as Seen from Mars - NASA/JPL/Cornell/Texas A&M
On its 449th martian day, or sol (April 29, 2005), NASA's Mars rover Opportunity woke up approximately an hour after sunset and took this picture of the fading twilight as the stars began to come out. Set against the fading red glow of the sky, the pale dot near the center of the picture is not a star, but a planet -- Earth. Earth appears elongated because it moved slightly during the 15-second exposures...
Keywords: What -- Mars; What -- Opportunity; What -- Earth; What -- Panoramic Camera
Downloads: 19
[image]Airbag Trails - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This segment of the first color image from the panoramic camera on the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit shows the rover's airbag trails. These depressions in the soil were made when the airbags were deflated and retracted after landing.
Keywords: What -- Panoramic Camera; What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER); What -- Spirit
Downloads: 5
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